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It can be difficult for most of us to get enough vegetables in to our diet, but it’s even harder if you don’t like vegetables at all. This slow cooker hidden vegetable pasta sauce has the vegetables all blended up in to it, so you won’t even know there are there.
Being healthier and happier this year doesn’t have to involve drastic changes or any kind of detox or cleanse. It can be easy to set yourself huge unrealistic goals and then fall at the first hurdle, but making one small change at a time will help you to stay on track to having a healthier and happier year. Making little changes here and there is what helped me to lose 100lbs.
We have combined some of our favourite festive flavours in to this lower sugar Christmas Chutney, along with some hidden vegetables so you can feel a little bit better about eating it alongside that cheeseboard this Christmas.
If you think you hate Brussels sprouts, please give them one final try. Roasting them in balsamic vinegar totally changes the flavour and even the biggest sprout haters can be converted. Trust me! These sweet and crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts make a tasty side dish any time of the year, or a delicious snack.
We are now officially in the festive season and that means comforting and warming drinks and of course chocolate. This lightened up Healthy Peppermint Hot Chocolate has less sugar than most. That hint of peppermint is sure to get you in the festive mood.
If you are looking for something a little bit different to serve on Christmas day, then why not try this Honey Roast Duck. Crispy roasted duck with a little sweetness from the honey and orange and a hint of thyme. The festive season doesn’t have to be all about turkey, and your guests might appreciate the change. This recipe couldn’t be easier, and it’s cooked to perfection thanks to the Thermapen.
These Festive Chocolate Crunch Bars make the perfect festive treat, and they are so much fun to make with kids. Crispy rice cereal mixed with chocolatey goodness, cranberries, ground ginger and cinnamon – these just scream Christmas and will have you Ho-Ho-Hoing all the way through December.